David and Simon Reuben, two Indian-born Jewish brothers, have topped the Sunday Times’ annual list of Britain’s richest people. The two real estate moguls own the Millbank Tower in London, the London Oxford Airport and the London Heliport, which operates as the city’s helicopter airport. Their joint fortune is estimated at £13.1 billion, marking a £3.4 billion increase from the previous year.
The second place on the list also belongs to two brothers, businessmen Sri and Gopi Hinduja, with an estimated fortune of £13 billion. Leonard Blavatnik, an Odessa-born Jewish businessman who owns Warner Music Group and the Israeli holding company Clal Group, landed in third place with £11.59 billion, after earning the top spot in 2015. Read more at Ynet.